Research Reports

Research Reports


2017

  • Mitchell, J. & Tilleczek, K. (2017, August) A gender strategy for Wekimun School. What difference does gender make?: An inquiry-based approach to gender equity. Report to Williche Council of Chiefs, Chile & Global Affairs Canada (formally CIDA). Young Lives Research Laboratory, UPEI, Charlottetown Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K., Bell, B., Altass, P., Munro, M., & Gallant, S. (2017, July). Atlantic Canada Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Translation (AREKT): Year 2 Integrated Knowledge Translation Report for the SEAK Project. Report to Public Health Agency of Canada and Canadian Mental Health Association Nova Scotia. Charlottetown, PE: Young Lives Research Laboratory.
  • Tilleczek, K., Bell, B., Altass, P., Munro, M., & Gallant, S. (2017, July). Atlantic Canada Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Translation (AREKT): Year 2 Research and Evaluation Report for the SEAK Project. Report to Public Health Agency of Canada and Canadian Mental Health Association Nova Scotia. Charlottetown, PE: Young Lives Research Laboratory.
  • Tilleczek, K. (2017, February). Student Recruitment, Selection and Retention for Wekimun School: A school with, for and by Indigenous youth and communities. Report to Williche Council of Chiefs, Chile & Global Affairs Canada (formally CIDA). Young Lives Research Laboratory, UPEI, Charlottetown Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K, Srigley, R., Munoz, M. Olivera, A. M., & MacDonald, D, (2017, February). Curriculum development for Wekimun: A school for and with Indigenous youth and communities. Report to Williche Council of Chiefs, Chile & Global Affairs Canada (formally CIDA). Young Lives Research Laboratory, UPEI, Charlottetown Canada.

2016

  • Tilleczek, K. (2016). Mental health in the middle years: Intersections and directions. Policy research synthesis paper prepared for the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services. Toronto, Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K. & James, C. (2016, August). Youth, education and well-being in the Americas. A report to the Advisory Council of Rights for Children and Youth in the Americas Partnership Project. Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K., Bell, B. & Atlass, P. (2016, August). Atlantic Canada Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Translation (AREKT) Report: Year 1 Evaluation of the SEAK Project. Report to Public Health Agency of Canada and Canadian Mental Health Association- Nova Scotia. Young Lives Research Laboratory, UPEI, Charlottetown Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K., Bell, B. & Atlass, P. (2016, August). Atlantic Canada Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Translation (AREKT) Report: Year 1 Integrated Knowledge Translation Report for SEAK Project. Report to Public Health Agency of Canada and Canadian Mental Health Association- Nova Scotia. Young Lives Research Laboratory, UPEI, Charlottetown Canada.

2015


2014


2013

  • Campbell, V., & MacDougall, L. (2013, November). Under what conditions does technology impact learning? The Facts on Education. Canadian Education Association and University of Prince Edward Island, Web.
  • Campbell, V., & MacDougall, L. (2013, October). Do good grades in high school guarantee post-secondary success? The Facts on Education. Canadian Education Association and University of Prince Edward Island, Web.
  • Tilleczek, K., Olivera, A., Munoz, M., Sanchez, G., Srigley, R., Coll, D., MacDonald, D., & Bates, L. (2013). Needs Assessment Report: Wekimun; A school for and with Indiginous youth and communities. Report to Williche Council of Chiefs and Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

2011

  • Tilleczek, K., & Campbell, V. (2011). Youth pathways to literacy, education, and employment on Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown, PE: University of Prince Edward Island Workplace Strategies Research Group and Skills PEI.

2010


2009

  • Tilleczek K., Laflamme, S., Ferguson, B., Roth Edney, D., Cudney, D., Girard, M & Cardoso, S. (March 2009). Crossing the river to secondary school: A report of phase II of mapping the processes and pathways of transitions from elementary to secondary school (Report to the Ontario Ministry of Education). Toronto, Canada: Hospital for Sick Children.

2008

  • Tilleczek, K., & Jessop-Falcioni, H. (2008, March). Developmental health and optimal schooling practices for youth: A narrative report and summary (Report to the Sudbury District Public Health Unit and Laurentian University’s Vice President Research). Sudbury, Canada: Laurentian University.
  • Tilleczek K., Laflamme, S., Ferguson, B., Roth Edney, D., Cudney, D., Girard, M & Cardoso, S. (2008, March). Hope and fear in the elementary years: A report of phase I of mapping the processes and pathways of transitions from elementary to secondary school (Report to the Ontario Ministry of Education). Toronto, Canada: Hospital for Sick Children.

2007

  • Tilleczek K., Ferguson, B., Laflamme, S., & Roth Edney, D. (2007, August). Mapping the processes and pathways of transitions from elementary to secondary school: Interim status report (Report to the Ontario Ministry of Education). Toronto, Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K., & Ferguson, B. (2007, August). Transitions from elementary to secondary school: A review and synthesis of the literature (Report the Ontario Ministry of Education) Toronto, Canada: Hospital for Sick Children.
  • Mueller, M., Bovard, S., Tilleczek, K. & Ferguson, B. (2007, October). Grade 8 to 9 transition planning initiative evaluation (Report to the Ontario Ministry of Education). Toronto, Canada: Hospital for Sick Children.

2006

  • Tilleczek, K., Pong, R., Konkin, J., & Cudney, D. (2006, May). An evaluation of the admissions process of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (Report to the Northern Ontario School of Medicine). Sudbury, Canada: Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research.
  • Tilleczek, K., Gregory, T., Lopes, P., Muise, M., & Moreau, K. (2006, January). A report to the steering committee of the Sudbury low wage workers study: Focus group analyses (Report to the District Public Health Unit Steering Committee on the Working Poor). Sudbury, Canada: Laurentian University.

2005

  • Ferguson, B., Tilleczek, K., Boydell, K., Rummens, A, & Roth Edney, D. (2005, May). Early school leavers: Understanding the lived reality of disengagement from secondary school (Report the Ontario Ministry of Education). Toronto, Canada: Hospital for Sick Children.
  • Mueller, M., Ferguson, B., & Tilleczek, K. (2005, May). A quantitative report on early school leavers in Ontario (Report to the Ontario Ministry of Education). Toronto, Canada: Hospital for Sick Children.
  • Blanco, H., LeBrasseur, R., Lewko, J., Tilleczek, K., Volpe, R., Wilson, B-J., Duncan, A., & Keating, M. (2005, March). Managing the health and safety interests of young workers in small businesses. (Report to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) Research Advisory Council).

2004

  • Boydell, K., Pong, R., Volpe, T., Tilleczek, K., Wilson, E., & Lemieux, S. (2004, May). The rural perspective on continuity of care: Pathways and barriers to care for children with emotional and behavioural disorders. (Report to the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation). Ottawa, Canada. www.chsrf.ca
  • Tilleczek, K., Russell, N., Pong, R., Caty, S., & Rukholm, E. (2004, January). An evaluation of the Ontario nurse practitioner continuing education program. (Report to the Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing). Ottawa, Canada.
  • Tilleczek, K., Libiorin-Grenier, L., & Pong, R. (2004, May). Evaluating rural nurse practitioner continuing education: Literature review and annotated summary. (Report to the Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing). Ottawa, Canada.

2002

  • Betty, D., & Tilleczek, K. (2002, January). Using a literacy program in rural northern communities not serviced by literacy and basic skills agencies. (Report to National Literacy Secretariat of Canada and Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities). Toronto: Ontario.
  • Caty, S., Tilleczek, K., Pong, R., Michelle, I., & Lemieux, S. (2002, February). Assessing the continuing education needs of nurse practitioners in northern and rural southern Ontario(Report to the Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing). Toronto, Canada.